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Got a question for hog hunters.

Postby HOGMAN » Tue Sep 29, 2015 1:50 pm

1/4 plot,1/4 mtn cur, X 1/2 treeing walker.
How yall think these pups will turn out. Both parents are finished, jam up dogs, ones silent, ones open.
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Re: Got a question for hog hunters.

Postby Colby » Tue Sep 29, 2015 2:02 pm

I would think they d be kinda slow but decent noses with the treeing walker. Mouthy on track more than likely. Guess it depends on what exactly mnt cur is in em


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Re: Got a question for hog hunters.

Postby broncobilly » Tue Sep 29, 2015 9:02 pm

If both parents are good then pups have a chance to be good. I run mostly cur/hound crosses and have had good luck with them. Personally I prefer the 3/4 cur by 1/4 hound because it gives a better chance of a silent running dog, but with a little time and patience (and know how) you can get most dogs, including hounds, to run silent until they are looking at the game. I'd give them a try and see how they do.

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Re: Got a question for hog hunters.

Postby HOGMAN » Wed Sep 30, 2015 1:16 pm

The mtn cur is silent, we bred em to control barkin on track a lil. I don't mind em barkin on track if they are running to catch..
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Re: Got a question for hog hunters.

Postby broncobilly » Wed Sep 30, 2015 8:52 pm

let us know how they turn out, but I'll bet they work for you if you like the parents.

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Re: Got a question for hog hunters.

Postby HOGMAN » Thu Oct 01, 2015 4:52 pm

Sure will, I hope so. They are bred right, but they have to have the mentality.
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Re: Got a question for hog hunters.

Postby HOGMAN » Thu Oct 08, 2015 1:17 pm

[quote="Colby"]I would think they d be kinda slow but decent noses with the treeing walker. Mouthy on track more than likely. Guess it depends on what exactly mnt cur is in em

The mtn cur is silent, why do u think they would be slow, the mtn cur gets ahead of the walker sometimes, they catch up quick. Ive seen curs on hogs that would come across before the walker...... but not every case, these dogs are gone be bred for running long runs if he wont stop... theyre gone be very gritty, but not rcds.
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Re: Got a question for hog hunters.

Postby Colby » Sat Oct 10, 2015 11:25 am

I ve always thought that the treeing walkers are typically slower then the curs so I was saying if that mountain cut was fast you d probably be alright just depends who they come out hunting like


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Re: Got a question for hog hunters.

Postby HOGMAN » Mon Oct 12, 2015 4:36 pm

The treeing walker is very fast. So is cur . So I don't think we have anything to worry about other than people stealin em. and hog cut in em down.
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Got a question for hog hunters.

Postby Colby » Wed Oct 14, 2015 9:54 am

Well sounds like you already knew what Ya had and didn't need our opinions [THUMBS UP SIGN] good luck with em


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Re: Got a question for hog hunters.

Postby Goose » Wed Oct 21, 2015 2:11 pm

This is just my opinion but seems like your going to be getting ying and ying instead of ying and yang, I don't know the dogs but from my experiences it looks like your expecting silent mouth dogs that are 3/4 hound and you said that these dogs were bred to be gritty but will stick with a runner, wouldn't you think the more grit they have at the bay the more bays their going to break, creating longer races, just putting my two cents in is all...
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Re: Got a question for hog hunters.

Postby HOGMAN » Thu Oct 22, 2015 12:19 pm

Goose wrote:This is just my opinion but seems like your going to be getting ying and ying instead of ying and yang, I don't know the dogs but from my experiences it looks like your expecting silent mouth dogs that are 3/4 hound and you said that these dogs were bred to be gritty but will stick with a runner, wouldn't you think the more grit they have at the bay the more bays their going to break, creating longer races, just putting my two cents in is all...

The dogs are gritty enough to stop one---- instead of just following it barkin at it, and makin bulldog track hog, but not enough grit to make one break... If he's under 130 ibs he caught.. They don't get cut on the big ones cause theyre smart, but they don't see small ones as threats , just the small ones around here with small pencil teeth that cut up dogs alot.... We do have them ones that screw ur whole pack up too though, and they'll ruin your day.
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Re: Got a question for hog hunters.

Postby Pwilson » Sat Oct 24, 2015 11:42 am

I like mine half or a quarter hound and the rest cur and I always get them that squeak on track but if u know what u got then good luck bud


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Re: Got a question for hog hunters.

Postby Wardog » Tue Jun 13, 2017 4:15 am

That is a good recipe for success if the dogs are good representations of their breeds.

How have they turned out?
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Got a question for hog hunters.

Postby HOGMAN » Thu Mar 22, 2018 2:12 pm

Wardog wrote:That is a good recipe for success if the dogs are good representations of their breeds.

How have they turned out?


Knocked them in the head, went to full plott hounds, and got stuck with a half breed that is half cur she does dang good.
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